With top tier programs such as Alabama and Florida opening camp today, I thought it was time to dissect 2010 season.
The Crimson Tide look to become the first team to repeat as BCS National Champions. Expect head coach Nick Saban to keep his team extremely focused throughout the year and push the agent distractions away from the program. Barring interruptions, expect the Crimson Tide to be playing in January.
If you are NOT a fan of the BCS, this is the year that it could vanish from college football. I'm talking the underdog, the mid-major, the non-power conference team. We have seen non-BCS schools such as Utah and Boise State challenge the system in the past, running the tables but not able to compete for a national championship. It is hard for mid-major schools to jump up into the polls because they are usually playing inferior teams and ranked too low in the preseason polls. However, Boise State and TCU are looking at preseason top 8 rankings. If they run the table, get to the national championship and win, expect a new way in determining a national champion to come about sooner rather than later.
Here's a look at my preseason top 10 for the 2010 College Football season.